|Name Sam Bahour|
|Born October 18, 1964 (age 51) (1964-10-18) Youngstown, Ohio, U.S.|
Alma mater Youngstown State University
Occupation Managing Partner of Applied Information Management (AIM)
Spouse(s) Abeer Barghouty (m. 1993)
Education Youngstown State University
Interview with palestinian businessman commentator sam bahour
Sam Bahour is a Palestinian-American businessman and entrepreneur who was born to a Palestinian father and Lebanese-American mother. He moved with his family to the Israeli-occupied West Bank in the 1990s following the signing of Oslo Accords to become involved in developing the economy of the future Palestinian state.
- Interview with palestinian businessman commentator sam bahour
- Sam bahour s life story and israel palestine after the oslo accords
Bahour was born in Ohio in 1964 He graduated from Youngstown State University in 1989 with a degree in computer technology, and subsequently worked for several American software firms, before moving to the West Bank in 1995.
Since relocating to the West Bank, Bahour has been involved in numerous business development initiatives. He was part of a group of businessmen who established the Palestine Telecommunications Company. He also founded several private businesses, and was part of a plan to open a Western-style shopping center in the West Bank. In addition, he earned an MBA in a joint program between Northwestern University in Illinois and Tel Aviv University in Israel.
He has voiced support on Twitter for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement.